Electronic pay statements for Providence staff to start on November 23
Submitted by Rey Nason, Leader, HR Analytics, Reporting and Support Services, Human Resources
Starting Friday, November 23, Providence Health Care staff will be able to access their pay statements online from any computer – at work or at home as soon as it’s ready, up to three days earlier, replacing the existing paper-based delivery model. The link to the pay statement portal and step-by-step instructions on how to access your information will be available at providencehealthcare.org/electronicpay
Electronic pay statements will increase your accessibility, convenience and security while supporting our commitment to reduce the amount of paper we use. And with the new system, you’ll be able to view, download, save and print past pay statements for up to seven years.
Other benefits that you can expect with your electronic pay statement are a streamlined layout including a glossary of payroll codes in addition to all the same information as what you currently see.
PHC staff volunteers will be testing the functionality of the new electronic pay statement site in the coming weeks to ensure we address any issues or access barriers before implementing electronic pay statements in November.
Stay tuned to PHC News for more information or see below for more information:
- Read the Update on Electronic Pay Statements here.
- Read the Benefits of Electronic Pay Statements here.
- Review the Electronic Pay Statements – Frequently Asked Questions here.
Still have questions?
- Email us at ElectronicPayProject@providencehealth.bc.ca
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